Submission
ID 6519
Submitting Entity Resources for the Future
Submitted for Seventh Meeting of the Subsidiary Body on Scientific, Technical and Technological Advice (SBSTTA 7)
 
Main Information
Title The Cost-Effectiveness of Conservation Payments
Description This report suggests that in some cases conservation performance payments can be more cost-effective than indirect approaches to conservation.
Web Link /doc/case-studies/inc/cs-inc-rf-01-en.pdf
 
Additional Information
Authors Paul J. Ferraro and R. David Simpson
Source Resources for the Future (2000).
Regions Global
Incentive Measures Indirect Incentives (property rights, market creation)
Positive Incentives (subsidies, tax breaks, ...)
Keywords Support payment
Agri-environmental payments
Market creation (organic production, tourism, ...)
Conservation payments
 
 
  • United Nations
  • United Nations Environment Programme